With the implementation of California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) set to go into effect January 1, 2020, anyone doing businesses with California residents should not only be preparing their digital strategies to comply with the new law, they should also be assessing their risk and reviewing their
Posting fabulous vacation moments on Facebook—from a boat in Belize, to the top of a mountain at Chamonix—might be a fun way to share experiences with your friends, but it’s also a great way to let bad actors know your home is empty and ripe for a break-in.
Much of a company’s communication occurs through email these days, and most professionals know that, in the event of a lawsuit, courts can order companies to turn over files and emails during the discovery process.
Last year California passed the most sweeping change to US privacy law to date. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) comes into force on January 1, 2020 and brings with it many new compliance requirements for companies who collect, share and use the personal information of Californians.